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Oluwatobi “Tobi” Ogunmodede speaks to the crowd during a Black Lives Matter protest at Monfort Park in Greeley June 5, 2020.

GREELEY, CO - JUNE 5:Oluwatobi “Tobi” Ogunmodede speaks to the crowd during a Black Lives Matter protest at Monfort Park in Greeley June 5, 2020. The protest, like others around the nation, was sparked by the killing of unarmed black man George Floyd by the Minneapolis Police Department. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)

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District 6 Superintendent Deirdre Pilch hugs Theresa Myers, chief of communications at District 6, left, during the 4C bond issue election watch party at the Kress Cinema & Lounge in Greeley Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019.

District 6 Superintendent Deirdre Pilch hugs Theresa Myers, chief of communications at Greeley-Evans School District 6, left, during the 4C bond issue election watch party at the Kress Cinema & Lounge in Greeley Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. The measure passed, allowing the district to make improvements to their aging school buildings, including a complete rebuilt of Greeley West High School. (Alex McIntyre/amcintyre@greeleytribune.com)

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An employee cuts a customer’s hair at the Bar.Ber.Shop during the COVID-19 pandemic in Greeley Tuesday, April 28, 2020. This image is a composite made in-camera from two exposures.

An employee cuts a customer’s hair at the Bar.Ber.Shop during the COVID-19 pandemic in Greeley Tuesday, April 28, 2020. This image is a composite made in-camera from two exposures. The shop reopened Monday, April 27 under Weld County’s Safer-at-Work guidelines after Colorado’s statewide stay-at-home order expired. The county’s safer-at-work doctrine runs contrary to the state’s relaxed public health order, known as safer-at-home, and permits reopening businesses still required to remain closed under the state order. (Alex McIntyre/amcintyre@greeleytribune.com)

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Kate Johnson, a coach at Crossfit Helix, demonstrates an exercise while leading a 6 a.m. workout over Zoom from her garage at her home in Greeley Wednesday, May 6, 2020.

Kate Johnson, a coach at Crossfit Helix, demonstrates an exercise while leading a 6 a.m. workout over Zoom from her garage at her home in Greeley Wednesday, May 6, 2020. Johnson, who has spent the last five years as a Crossfit coach, said that while the environment has changed with the COVID-19 pandemic, people’s goals haven’t, and they still want guidance, feedback and support. “That atmosphere hasn’t changed,” she said, adding that she felt the pandemic made her and the group she coaches more resilient and tighter-knit. (Alex McIntyre/amcintyre@greeleytribune.com)

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Courtney Daily, of Bloomington Moms Demand Action, holds her son Liam, 3, close to her chest while watching Allie Wineland, the vigil's organizer, reads the names of those killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Courtney Daily, of Bloomington Moms Demand Action, holds her son Liam, 3, close to her chest while watching Allie Wineland, the vigil's organizer, reads the names of those killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas during a candlelight vigil for victims at the Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington, Ind. Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. Daily spoke during the vigil as well, representing Bloomington's chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. (Alex McIntyre/The Herald-Times via AP)

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Joel Knost, an Indiana University senior studying law and public policy, center, lets out a roar after sinking a basket with a toy basketball to win an Indiana basketball before the Indiana Hoosiers' game against Duke.

Joel Knost, an Indiana University senior studying law and public policy, center, lets out a roar after sinking a basket with a toy basketball to win an Indiana basketball before the Indiana Hoosiers' game against Duke in the Gladstein Fieldhouse near Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017. (Alex McIntyre | Herald-Times)

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A man stands alone and watches from the opening of an entrance tunnel high in the stands during Indiana University Bloomington's 190th undergraduate commencement at Memorial Stadium on the IU campus in Bloomington, Ind.

A man stands alone and watches from the opening of an entrance tunnel high in the stands during Indiana University Bloomington's 190th undergraduate commencement at Memorial Stadium on the IU campus in Bloomington, Ind. Saturday, May 4, 2019. With the morning's rainy weather, IU chose to distribute free ponchos to all in attendance rather than split the ceremony into two sessions in order to move it into Simon-Skjodt Assembly Hall. (Alex McIntyre for the Herald-Times)

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U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks during a roundtable discussion with Northern Colorado school administrators at Aims Community College in Greeley Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020.

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks during a roundtable discussion with Northern Colorado school administrators at Aims Community College in Greeley Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020. (Alex McIntyre/amcintyre@greeleytribune.com)

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​Tate Conley, 12, left, and Jeremiah Browning, 12, laugh while petting a cow raised by their friend Garrett Jennings, 14, not pictured, during the Owen County Fair at the Owen County Fairgrounds in Spencer, Ind..

Tate Conley, 12, left, and Jeremiah Browning, 12, laugh while petting a cow raised by their friend Garrett Jennings, 14, not pictured, during the Owen County Fair at the Owen County Fairgrounds in Spencer, Ind. Tuesday, July 11, 2017. Conley and Browning have both been participating in 4-H for four years, while Jennings six years of 4-H experience. (Alex McIntyre | Herald-Times)

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Jack Holden, center, speaks with father Josh Holden, right, and brother Max Holden before a little league game at Winslow Sports Complex in Bloomington, Ind. Wednesday, June 14, 2017.

Jack Holden, center, speaks with father Josh Holden, right, and brother Max Holden before a little league game at Winslow Sports Complex in Bloomington, Ind. Wednesday, June 14, 2017. Josh coaches the team, including both of his sons. (Alex McIntyre | Herald-Times)

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Salem Mott, 5, exits the fort he is building with his friends and family during the Magical Forest event at south Eastman Park in Windsor Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.

Salem Mott, 5, exits the fort he is building with his friends and family during the Magical Forest event at south Eastman Park in Windsor Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. The free event is a free-form invitation to families to transform recycled Christmas trees into structures like forts and more in the park. (Alex McIntyre/amcintyre@greeleytribune.com)

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A group of kids including, clockwise from left, Alexys Sanchez, 11, Evelyn Sanchez, 10, Andy Novak, 12, Emerson Liepe, 9, Jayce Sanchez, 3, and Gideon Liepe, 7, sit around a table sipping drinks and laughing.

GREELEY, CO - JULY 1:A group of kids including, clockwise from left, Alexys Sanchez, 11, Evelyn Sanchez, 10, Andy Novak, 12, Emerson Liepe, 9, Jayce Sanchez, 3, and Gideon Liepe, 7, sit around a table sipping drinks and laughing while waiting for pizza during the opening day of the open air food and drink court in downtown Greeley July 1, 2020. The city closed 8th and 9th Streets between 8th Avenue and 9th Avenue to vehicle traffic and is permitting alcohol and food to be consumed throughout the plaza – a measure to help restaurants downtown provide space for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)

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Windsor-Severance Fire Department and Weld County Sheriff’s Office personnel respond to the scene of a single vehicle accident on 83rd Avenue north of O Street in Greeley Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020.

Windsor-Severance Fire Department and Weld County Sheriff’s Office personnel respond to the scene of a single vehicle accident on 83rd Avenue north of O Street in Greeley Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020. (Alex McIntyre/amcintyre@greeleytribune.com)

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